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Ever spill an entire glass of red wine on your white carpet??

Got a call from a client with that problem. After blotting up as much as the liquid as possible (which was good), in her anxiety to clean up the huge spot she sprayed it with Resolve (which was bad). I know, everyone thinks that's what you are supposed to do, but if shelf cleaners don't get the spot out, it sets the spot in permanently.

So what do you do if this happens to you? Blot up the liquid with paper towels, terry towels, whatever. Do not scrub it in. Then call a professional carpet cleaner to take care of it. Chances are that if you leave it be and get them there in a few days, it can be saved (or a lot better).
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10/22/15
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Our company is entering it's "hiatus" as we are preparing for our overseas adventure.
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Time for pre-winter festivities carpet cleaning!

Have your house looking it's best for that big family dinner or party that you are throwing.   Or because you are running a bit behind from fall and it's best to clean carpets before the cold of winter hits us!  
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Marble floors with dirty grout...   a cautionary tale.

Sometimes a person gets so fixed on getting something clean, you don't realize that you've created a worse problem than you had before.  Kind of like scrubbing a dirty spot off of your stainless steel fridge with a scouring pad.... yeah, bad idea.

So the grout on this marble floor was black an yucky, partly from normal use and a little from a wax that was applied once (never put wax on a marble floor!)  Seemed like a tough job for the homeowner, so they found a strong cleaner at Home Depot/ Lowes that had directions on it for mixing for marble, so they got to it.  

Problem was, it was acidic.  After the floor dried this is what they saw:  no, that's not just a clean spot, it actually ate away the stone.

Is this floor now ruined??  Nope, it can be restored, and that's what we are for.

So if you are ever frustrated with your natural stone floor and don't know what to do, give your Pittsburgh Stone Restoration professional - Clean Interiors - a call about what to do.  Even if you aren't ready to hire our services, we can give you some good advice.  
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Working on the new website... getting Google Places updated too.
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